Thanks to our many generous supporters, our $7.8 million Building on Excellence, Guided by Faith building project is taking an already incredible school to the next level with the addition of the 650+ seat Drees Homes Auditorium, art gallery, Fine Arts classrooms,...
Mike Cassedy ’70 is on a mission to protect wild mustangs by finding them a new home.
Most people celebrate a milestone birthday with a party or a trip, but Sandy Tagher ’87 decided to do something a little different.
Bob Nields announced as new girls’ soccer coach.
An alum has combined her knowledge of wine with her love of tourism and started a tour company in wine country.
Thank you to everyone who came out to support and celebrate the 20th year of this fundraiser.
Olivia Staverman will work through NET Ministries to share the Gospel with youth from 6th-12th grades around the country.
Crusader chef impresses with new restaurant.
A&A Lawn Care and Landscaping’s chose to help out The Welcome House of Northern Kentucky for the company’s 2018 Day of Service.
Kara Crow, Class of 2015, was the project head for the Fiona the Hippo mural that was painted in Downtown Cincinnati.
A Crusader chef will use his culinary chops to expand a local restaurant.
Crusader alum, Charlie Padgett, created the illustrations for ‘The Corner’.
Crusader alum’s “dive that’s worth the drive” earns more praise from local magazine.
“It’s been extremely gratifying and satisfying to be able to work within and for the community I love.”
Daniel E. Tobergte is ending his 28-year tenure with the Tri-County Economic Development Corp. to pursue new opportunities.
A Crusader brought his love of helping others to his college campus to encourage his fellow Hilltoppers to do the same.
A Crusader alum is making waves in the Navy, in a good way. Rachel Fortner ‘13 was named a Naval Academy Featured Firstie in February.
Adam Goetz ’16 a former Crusader basketball standout will take his talent to a new court next school year.